Looting of Kenya under Moi

I’m a bit late to this story…got the link two days ago but didn’t have a chance to blog (hat tip Banks) Kroll Report on grand corruuption under Moi is leaked on Wikileaks (click for all the gory details).

11 comments to Looting of Kenya under Moi

  • A condensed-HTML version of the report is available at Kenyanomics’ google docs.

  • Suzanne

    aaarghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!

    Seriously, no comment. Are you surprised by this? And even with these latest “disclosures”, will there ever be any action taken against Moi and his cronies? It truly offends me that despite the mass pillaging of public funds, these “statesmen” insist on cashing out their fat pensions. Makes me v. frustrated.

  • Suzanne

    aaarghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!

    Seriously, no comment. Are you surprised by this? And even with these latest “disclosures”, will there ever be any action taken against Moi and his cronies? It truly offends me that despite the mass pillaging of public funds, these “statesmen” insist on cashing out their fat pensions. Makes me v. frustrated.

  • sunrisethree

    Are we suffering from corruption fatigue? I read this and honestly i just sighed, turned the page and moved on. Maybe am just going through a phase but seriously i expected a more outraged reaction first from myself and from everyone else i know, but i think we have just reached that point where we think, yeah yadda yadda! bla bla!. After all, so what! is there anything in the report that is news? and how will it change anything? does it mean that someone will take action into getting all that money back? I guess when things move beyond rhetoric and sensational reports i will be outraged by such reports. ***sigh***

  • As they say, what goes around comes around. The illegal begotten money by most of these imbeciles in power is more oftenly misused. It is never put into any productive use. Mois use the money in very low investments as pregnanting young colleges girls in Nairobi among other things.

    In Sudan, stolen money is used in lavish lifestyles in Kenya, Australia, States ( name it) –drinks, more big cars in untarmacked roads(Juba); in Congo, they live big in Paris as if there is no tomorrow!

    Lesson: Earn your money through genuine hard work. It never haunts.

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